I love using bottle caps for center activities. It’s just so easy and quick.
I had just as much fun creating this file; Initial Sounds Bottle Cap Sentences Center Activity
Ask your students to bring in bottle caps by having a table competition, you will collect them quick smart. You could also ask parents and staff to bring them in from home. If you’re like me, then you will have containers full of them!
I have made many activities and games using bottle caps. You can see them in our store here.
This activity is for the development of initial sounds for emergent language learners.
This activity would be ideal for Pre-K and Kindergarten students.
Record the initial sound words on the bottle caps for pairs or individuals.
Have children read one of the three sentences on the page and then label the picture. They should listen for the sound and find the matching word on the bottle caps by looking at the first sound.
Children then complete the matching page by writing the missing word. they can use the bottle caps or the initial sounds chart/cards to self correct.
There are also some basic fast finishers ideas included, should you need them.
I have used a range of basic sentences structures to develop fluency skills.
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